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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
I grew up reading fairy tales and day dreaming that I was the princess. Most fairy tales had a moral or warning and ended with a happily ever after. The old fairy tales are appealing because we all want to think there will be a happily ever after. J. A. Kazimer offers readers a new look at fairy tales. He has intended the book for adults. “Froggy Style” is the story of the Frog Prince waiting for a kiss of a princess to break the spell cast on him. He was surprised to discover the princess was a very young child. When he finally got the sloppy kiss he turned back in to a prince - an eight year old prince. Twenty two years later he must once again find the princess before he turns back into a frog. Jean-Michel is much more of a frog than a prince charming.
J. A. Kazimer has re-created a fairytale more mature than the one we grew up with. This tale is a bit mischievous and extremely crafty. The characters are fun and each has a unique personality. The Frog Prince is more than a little struck on himself. The Fairy God Mother tends to be a bit of a lush but she is fun and shows up when she is desperately needed. The thought of the princess wearing flannel PJ’s had me laughing out loud. Let’s face it; we all want to be a princess but we all prefer comfy flannel PJ’s. We look for our prince charming but often get a frog prince. This is an entertaining read which ADULTS will enjoy.